The work of the Pacific Northwest’s best artists—including glass masters Dale Chihuly and Benjamin Moore, and founders of the Northwest School of painting Morris Graves, Mark Tobey, and Guy Anderson—has been displayed in this 7,000-square-foot gallery. The space has also exhibited the bright landscape paintings of Allison Collins, the wildlife illustrations of Tony Angell, and the intricate glass animal sculptures of William Morris.
Tip: Pioneer Square is chockablock with terrific galleries, and First Thursday art walks are a great way to tour them. Check out www.pioneersquare.org for details on the walks, which generally begin at 6 p.m. on the corner of Main Street and Occidental.
Admission: Free. Closed Monday.